You wouldn’t expect anything less but a superbly organized special event to mark the grand opening of the One North of Boston residences located at 100 Heard St. in Chelsea.
As much as this was a triumph of real estate development and vision for the owners of this outstanding property, it was another victory for City Manager Jay Ash, who has transformed this city into a place where people want to come and be a part of a vibrant community.
The One North of Boston apartment community is truly a masterpiece of architecture and interior design. It’s definitely worth a tour just to view the innovation and style and to get a grasp of all the amenities available to residents.
For example, One North of Boston is the first apartment community in the area to offer onsite daycare and concierge services for canines.
But there’s so much more to One North of Boston, which has one of the greatest locations you can experience outside of Boston. The Silver T is expanding to Chelsea and it’s just a short walk to the commuter trail. Route 1 is just seconds way from the front door. And you walk to the bustling Everett Avenue business district.
It was great to hear Jay Ash lauding Mark Robinson and Mark White and the other owners for building this new residential community in the city. Robinson and White have contributed so much to this community already, notably through their volunteer efforts and generosity toward the Jordan Boys and Girls Club of Chelsea.
We remember Mark White’s father, the late Boston Mayor Kevin White, who served our capital city so well during his distinguished career in the corner office. Mark White can truly appreciate the coming alive of a city in all of its neighborhoods. Jay Ash has brought Chelsea to great heights just as Mayor Kevin White did in his tenure as the leader of Boston.
Welcome to Chelsea, One North of Boston, and thank you for being a partner in the city’s continuing progression toward greatness under the leadership of Jay Ash.
We are an All-America City that keeps getting better every day.